Reviews / 20.09.2020

In 2019, Sam Mendes' war epic 1917 received lashings of well-deserved praise for the bold choice to stage the entire film as one seemingly continuous take. But Mendes utilised the classic "one-shot gimmick" by virtue of Lee Smith's flawless editing that ingeniously cloaked the moments in which the camera cut. This year, we're served a genuine one-shot wonder where everything we see is happening in real-time. No cuts. No clever edits. No retakes. Just one gut-wrenching unbroken story presented exactly as it occurs. A simple story told in a...